Had some fun playing in Splitcoaststampers’ Sketch Challenge today.

Masculine cards are always more of a challenge for me, but I think this card could be used for a guy by removing the green bow.

The image was colored with Copics.

Just a short post today, but I sure do love it when you stop on by.

Happy crafting!


Stamps: SU Studio Sketches and Plane & Simple

Papers: Papertrey Ink Select White and Dark Chocolate; SU Certainly Celery

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; Copics:

Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbons; Corner Rounder Punch; SU Texture Embossing Folder

11 Responses to “SC340 – Sketch Challenge”

  1. Fabulous card, Susan. I am always looking for inspiration for masculine cards. Why do we card makers find them so challenging? Glad to hear that your son is safe and home again!!!

  2. Love your crisp, clean design, Susan. Colors and texture really pop. This design is perfect for a guy or anyone for that matter. Image works for all kinds of occasions too.

  3. love the clean and simple card! It makes the beautiful coloring really pop.

  4. What a beautiful image, Susan…love the pretty colors you used and the rounded corners look awesome!!!!!

  5. I love it and I think the bow would be fine for a masculine card.

  6. This is a tough challenge but you aced it.. I love this layout. Your rounded corners look great. Super job Susan. Your coloring is tops..:)

  7. It is a great guy card even with the ribbon. Clean and classy feeling Susan.

  8. I love still life photos and cards. This one turned out perfectly…..bow or no bow!

  9. so pretty, like the shading!

  10. eh, I’d give it to a guy with the bow on! 🙂 I think its lovely!

  11. This is gorgeous Susan, the texture really shows off the image and the clean lines are so pretty.

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